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kerrg 8 posts Joined 10/10
13 May 2013
SESDELAYED vs DELAYED

Okat so I'm running TD13.10 with Viewpoint 14.01.  I have setup 3 Utilitiy limit control's as below
Loads: which is all types of loads with limit of 5.
Exports: which is all types of exports with limit of 10.
All Utils: which is for loads and exports with a limit of 10.
This allows for the following to happen.
5 loads and 5 exports
0 loads and 10 exports
2 loads and 8 exports
or any combination of above
 
My question is in Qeury session portlet I can see sessions delayed in DELAY filter linked to the above show when I click on delay tab after drilling down on a session but do not understand what the SESDELAYED tab is for.  From my reading of the manual it should be due to the above limits I have set.
 
Can someone explain what causes a session to go into the SESDELAYED filter.

13 May 2013

DELAYED:           The session is being delayed because query limit, imposed by a TASM throttle rule, has been met.
SESDELAYED:     The session is being delayed because a utility limit, imposed by a TASM throttle rule, has been met.
 

Thanks & Regards,
Shrinivas Sagare

kerrg 8 posts Joined 10/10
27 May 2013

Shrinivas
 
That is what I thought but when I look at one of the delay tab when I click on a delayed session it lists the utility throttle not a query throttle,
 
When I click on a session that is under sesdelayed there is not delay tab visable.
 
Guy

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